November and the sun still shines its bright light and warmth on us!
2020 has been a year of dark and a dim light. 9 months are enough. We are still contending with this storm we call COVID but I believe part of the light is that our neighbours to the south finally made a decision. Whether blue or red, frankly I am glad that we have passed through that lower state of consciousness.
Time to move forward. Getting back to living would be a good plan for this day forward. Let’s embrace this gift from God or source whoever you receive your messages from. We can get through the next few months if we keep moving forward and living.
Getting out and having the fresh air warm your insides.
According to a facebook post I read from Maryanne Savino (https://www.facebook.com/maryanne.savino), that Wanda Csanyi posted on her page to bring this message to my attention, we are in for the largest sunspot of the new solar cycle (AR2781) that will be facing Earth. This means any eruptions will be geoeffective, directly targeting our planet. Savino’s post state that the sunspot has produced only C-class solar flares, but stronger eruptions are possible.
Solar flare Activity: November 8, 2020 sure did begin with a bang. On Sunday November 8, 2020, the (0518 UT), giant sunspots AR2781 produced a C5-class solar flare. Stronger eruptions are possible. Sunspot AR2781 has a “beta-gamma’ magnetic field that harbours energy for M-class flares, 10 x’s more intense than a C-flare. NOAA forecasters say there is a 15% change of such an eruption on Sunday, November 8, 2020 a day after the US election finally produced a decision.
Link to go with this post https://spaceweather.com/?fbclid=IwAR14km1ptlwJt2eJdra06Qv-sXU3K92V4jTSg4jwPQApvmYqj6KzEQ0Oecg .
Not in my words but from the website :SUNSPOT ARCHIPELAGO: Sunspots are magnetic islands on the sun. Sunspot AR2781 is a complete archipelago. Scroll down to scan more than 100,000 miles of island chain: Amateur astronomer Alan Friedman took the picture on Nov. 8th from his backyard observatory in Buffalo, New York. “AR2781 is a tremendous archipelago and a wonderful target for backyard solar telescopes,” he says.
The island metaphor is apt. Sunspots are buoyant concentrations of magnetism that float on a sea of solar plasma. The archipelago, above, consists of one big island about as wide as Earth plus dozens of lesser isles ranging in size from US states to small planets.
AR2781 is currently facing Earth, and it poses a threat for C-class solar flares. Such flares can cause minor radio blackouts and, if they hurl a CME in our direction, moderately-strong geomagnetic storms. (View link for more information and understanding of this topic.)
However, you look at it let’s take these last few days and hold on to the power of the bright light. Share your inner light with anyone you meet and anyone you are thinking of during these lower vibrational months that we have passed through. This is a time to stay conscious of the now and keep shining our bright light.
Together we can create a great BIG sunspot of bright light consciousness!
I believe that we just have to keep moving when we feel the dark coming on. Get up move around fold that laundry, Even get the ironing board out. Turn the music on and have an ironing dance party. Be silly be that 5-year-old. For the one week challenge I have created a Day Dream Believer journal
Let’s make it normal to see the good. Taking time to take note of what we are grateful for and write down those day dreams.
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